I'm a pentester, security researcher, and developer, but my interests range from forecasting and economics to amateur radio, system design and architecture, and space exploration. I have way too many interests to reasonably list them here.
A few of the things I’ve created - either by myself or as the lead on a team.
Pushpin-web provides a web interface that can monitor geotagged social media data from multiple platforms in real time.
Sneaky-creeper is a Python library that allows for easy command and control using third-party channels such as Twitter, Tumblr, SalesForce, and SoundCloud.
A subset of my public talks, papers, and blog posts.
Consulting, research, development, and a whole lot more.
I ran a small computer security consulting company.
I worked primarily on Nylas N1, an electron mail client. Notable projects include implementing a PGP plugin allowing users to send and receive PGP-encrypted mail.
Member of the sixth class of student fellows at .406 Ventures, a large technology VC firm. Help identify early-stage startups within the Olin and Babson College communities and collaborate with student fellows from across the country to assess investment opportunities.
Pentesting and some really, really cool R&D projects.
Worked on the DARPA SMISC project with two other interns. We had pretty free rein, which was a lot of fun.
Worked on computer forensics training material used by DOE for training staff from multiple departments and agencies.
Space stuff, largely cubesat-based.